In fact, SIT summoned Vikas Dubey’s Asalaha license file and found that many files were missing from the collectorate. The administration had immediately issued a notice to assistant arms clerk and vijay rawat, currently adcm ii professional.
The investigation into the files of 173 missing Asalaha licences (Weapon Lisence), including notorious Uttar Pradesh gangster and most wanted hitter Vikas Dubey, has now been handed over to CBCID. The files are missing from the collectorate’s record room. Dig Dr. Pritinder Singh has recommended the CBCID probe and sent the report to the government. The case filed in Kotwan on the order of the government will soon be transferred to CBCID.
Arms clerk Vijay Rawat charged
Dig said, the inquiry will be ordered by CBCID on the direction of governance. The CBCID will then discuss the case filed in Kotwan. Clerk Vijay Rawat has been charged in the case.
What was the case?
In fact, sit summoned Vikas Dubey‘s Asalaha license file and found that many files were missing from the collectorate. The administration had immediately issued a notice to assistant arms clerk and vijay rawat, currently adcm ii professional. When no record was shown on his behalf or any response, the report was filed. The district administration has also been in action after the SIT report came in.
The team will take action as soon as the answer comes
ADM City Atul Kumar said, the file has been treated as negligence of the professional in the disappearance. Now he has been charge sheeted. The answer will now be processed as soon as it comes.